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Full text of "Scientific Papers - Vi"

CLASSIFIED CONTENTS OF VOLUMES I — VI                            687
VI    SOUND— continued.
Acoustical Notes.   VIII. — continued.
Discrimination between Sounds from directly in front and directly
behind the Observer       .......       Vol. V 483
The Acousticon   .........                    483
Pitch of Sibilants          ........                    486
Telephones          .........           „        486
Note on Tidal Bores.  Art. 333.   1908      .....          )}      495
On the Perception of the Direction of Sound.  Art. 337.   1909            „      522
Aerial Plane Waves of Finite Amplitude.   Art. 346.   1910       .          „      573
Waves of Finite Amplitude without Dissipation          .         .         .           ,573
Waves of Permanent Kegirne .......           ?        583
Permanent Eegime under the influence of Dis.sipative Forces          .                    587
Resistance to Motion through Air at High Velocities .         .         .           )}        QQQ Note on the Finite Vibrations of a System about a Configura-
tion of Equilibrium.  Art. 347.   1910         ....          ,,611
The Problem of the Whispering Gallery.   Art. 348.   1910         .          „      617 Note on Bessel's Functions as applied to the Vibrations of a
Circular Membrane.  Art. 350.   191.1         ....    Vol. VI     1
Hydrodynamical Notes.  Art. 351.   1911 .....          „          Q
Steady Motion in a Corner of a Viscous Fluid    ....          ,,18
On a Physical Interpretation of Schlb'milch's Theorem in Bessel's
Functions.  Art. 352.   1911       ......          ,,22
On the Calculation of Chladni's Figures for a Square Plate.
Art. 357.  1911 .........          ,,47
On the Propagation of Waves through a Stratified Medium, with   special reference  to   the  Question  of   Reflection.
Art. 360.   1912 .........                   71
On the Passage of Waves through Fine Slits in Thin Opaque
Screens.  Art. 375.   1913  .......          ,,161
Further Applications of Bessel's Functions of High Order to the Whispering Gallery and Allied Problems.   Art. 380.
1934 ...........          ,,211
Further Calculations concerning the Momentum of Progressive
Waves.  Art. 383.   1914    .......          ,,232
Some Problems concerning the Mutual Influence of Resonators
exposed to Primary Plane Waves.   Art. 390.   1915   .        .          „     279
The Principle of Similitude.  Art. 392.   1915   ....          „     300
^Eolian Tones.  Art. 394.   1915         ......   •      „      315
On the Character of the <'S" Sound.  Art. 397.   1915      .        .          „,   337
The Cone as a Collector of Sound.  Art. 400.   1915.        .        .          „      362
The Theory of the Helmholtz Resonator.   Art. 401.   1915        .          „      365 On the Propagation of Sound in Narrow Tubes of Variable
Section.  Art. 402.  1916   .......          ,,376
Memorandum on Fog Signals.  Art. 405.   1916        .        .        .          „      398
Lamb's Hydrodynamics. 'Art. 406. "1916"        '.      '.        .        .          .,     400e Sensitiveness of the Ear to Pitch,